Kingdom of Giants is a melodic metalcore sextet from Northern California. Born from the remains of another band in 2010, its membership consists of Julian Perez (keyboards), Max Bremer (guitars), Levi Norris (bass), Dana Willax (vocals), Red Martin (guitars), and Truman Berlin (drums). They issued their debut EP, Abominable, in January of 2011. They followed with their first proper full-length, Every Wave of Sound, which received unanimous acclaim from the underground metal press. It attracted so much attention, it provided the band with management and the opportunity to play in Europe. They signed with InVogue Records in early 2014. Their label debut, Ground Culture, was produced by Andreas Magnusson (Haste the Day, the Black Dahlia Murder, Fit for a King) and issued in the fall, followed by intensive touring as they headlined their own dates in the United States and Canada, as well as playing the festival stages of Europe. After relentless touring for a year-and-a-half, the band re-entered the studio. In August 2016, Willax announced a "new album" in a YouTube interview. In February of 2017, InVogue issued the video for pre-release single "Damaged Goods" and followed it with "Runaway" in March, and "Tunnel Vision and "Cash Out" in April. The full-length album, All the Hell You've Got to Spare, was issued in early May. Produced, engineered, and mixed by Nick Loiacono, the set featured 11 new tracks and included guest appearances by T Cavey from Erra, Daniel Gailey from Phinehas, and vocalist Caitlyn Mae from progressive rock band Fighting the Villain.